Certification documents confirm four Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite models, including a 5G variant
Over the last few weeks, multiple leaks have confirmed that Samsung has a new 'Lite' tablet in development, but its name has been up in the air. Initially, the tablet was believed to be called the Tab S7 Lite, a logical carry over from the Tab S6 Lite.
However, Roland Quandt insisted that Samsung has called the tablet the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Lite, but a Bluetooth SIG certification contradicts this. According to the latter, Samsung has chosen the name Tab S7 XL Lite for its next budget Tab S-series device. The listing also contains four model numbers; all referred to as the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite. The model numbers are as follows:
So far, Samsung has certified the SM-T730 and SM-T736B with the FCC. While the agency is yet to publish all its documentation on the tablets, it has confirmed that the SM-T736B is the version with a 5G modem. By contrast, the SM-T730 is a Wi-Fi-only model. It is unclear what the SM-T737 is, but past leaks suggest that the SM-T735 is the LTE model.
Additionally, Evan Blass has revealed more marketing renders of the now-presumed Tab S7 XL Lite. The renders all but confirm that Samsung will sell the 12.4-inch tablet in five colours. A book case will be available for all colours. Samsung is expected to reveal the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite in June.